Mirroring his professional career, Tim Nguyen has a long and distinguished teaching career in the higher education environment and currently teaches at Brown University and the University at Buffalo School of Management.

In 2007 and in the capacity of an Adjunct Faculty member, he began teaching undergraduate and graduate courses at University of Connecticut School of Business and University of Connecticut College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. There, he taught popular business economics and social science courses, and they consist of the following:

  • Economics of Creativity, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation
  • Asia & Its Disciplines
  • In Search of “Alpha”: Alternative Investments

In 2012, he joined Brown University's Economic Department as an Adjunct Faculty and currently holds the title of the Amhowitz Faculty Fellow of Business, Entrepreneurship, and Organizations. He teaches the following popular courses:

  • Business, Entrepreneurship, and Organizations Capstone
  • Corporate Strategy
  • Finance, Economy, and Regulation: Research
  • Corporate Governance, Finance, and Management
  • Economics of Creativity, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation
  • Financial Management of Not-For-Profit Organizations
  • Competition, Markets, and Not-For-Profit Organizations
  • Economics for Public Policy
  • Policy Analysis & Program Evaluation
  • Finance and Strategy for Technology Executives
  • Economics of Cybersecurity

He is an Affiliated Faculty member at the Watson Institute of International and Public Affairs at Brown University, the Executive Master in Science and Technology Leadership, and the Executive Master of Cybersecurity.

In 2013, he joined the University at Buffalo School of Management as an Adjunct Faculty and earned title of Clinical Assistant Professor of Managerial Economics and Finance in 2015. Simultaneously, he serves as the Recruitment Officer for the Master of Science in Finance program. At this school, he teaches the following popular courses:

  • Institutional Investing
  • Advanced Corporate Finance
  • Advanced Portfolio Management & Theory
  • Corporate Governance
  • Business Ethics
  • Reading & Visualizing the “Executive”: Management Leadership Through Great Literary Works
  • Applied Economics
  • Contraband Economics